£4.95 – £14.50
Incarvillea delavayi. Fully to frost hardy. Clump forming. Perennial. Produces a mass of trumpet shaped flowerings during late spring early summer. Ideal for keeping the Moles away. You will always see Bees bottoms hanging out of the flower.
Top Size Tubers Supplied.
Plant: March-April with 5 cm of soil on top of the crown. Spacing 30 cm. Flowers May-July. Height 30 cm.
Frost hardy. Perennial. These bulbs are know for keeping the Moles away. Grow in half sun to half shade, in moist well-drained soil. Ideal for borders or large pots. Feed with a slow release during growing season. During the winter months cover with mulch or compost to protect from frost.
Propagation: Collect the seeds once the pods have ripened in late summer.